Make your own square eggs

A square egg is easier to store than its round counterpart. You can turn out square eggs with the Square Egg Press and Egg Saver.

The Square Egg Press and Egg Saver Chef Gadget

Square eggs sound a little suspicious. We're used to the round kind, after all. The Square Egg Press and Egg Saver offers an alternative, though, allowing you to turn out square hard boiled eggs. Your eggs will make for unique garnishes and will also be a little easier to store. You can even stack your eggs after running them through the Square Egg Press. To use the Square Egg Press, you boil your eggs first and chill them. You then slide the egg inside the press and screw it closed. You'll be able to pull a square egg out immediately. As you slice the egg, you'll notice that even the yolk is square.

The Square Egg Press comes with an egg saver so you can save eggs for later. The Square Egg Press may not be a device for every day use, given that it takes more time than simply hard boiling an egg. But if you want something unique for a special meal, the opportunities are endless. Just think of square deviled eggs and building edible designs out of square eggs. The opportunities seem endless, especially when you add Easter egg dye into the mix. The Square Egg Press and Egg Saver is available for $4.95.

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